.ME is an "Aweso.me" Choice for a Unique Business Domain Name!
If you're planning to start a new business, one of the first things you need to do is come up with a company name and then register your company's domain name(s). Although the .ME domain is often used for personal sites and blogs, it is also a great choice for businesses. .ME domains give businesses the option to create a more unique domain name by either using a .ME domain hack such as "aweso.me" or using .ME to represent the word "me" in their domain name.
If you're planning to create a .ME domain hack, there are lots of options as many words end in "me" (and if you want to see a full list, visit scrabblefinder.com). Although many of the single word .ME domain hacks may already be registered, all you need to do is get creative to come up with the right one for you and your company. In fact, here are a few available .ME domain hacks to get your creative juices flowing (or for you to use either way):
SwimSupre.me (or try a different word with Supre.me)
If you can't think of a good .ME domain hack, you could instead think of sayings or phrases that use the word "me" in a way that makes sense for your company. Two great examples of companies successfully using .ME domains are About.me and Offersby.me. About.me has completely branded themselves on their .ME domain name; they don't even own the .COM. Offersby.me has also decided to completely brand themselves based on their .ME domain name, even though they do also own offersbyme.com. If you find a great .ME domain for your business, it is a good idea to also register it in other top-level domains (TLDs), but if the .COM is taken it's not the end of the world. You can still be successful branding yourself with your unique .ME domain name - and you might even get a shout out on .ME's blog (which you definitely won't get with most other TLDs)!
Register your .ME domain today for the sale price of $8.99! Our "aweso.me" .ME price won't last forever, so make sure you take advantage of our sale before it ends 3/31/13 23:59 UTC.
Post by Robyn Norgan